Today’s best deals include a new Anker Gold Box at Amazon, iPhone X at a notable discount, and an exclusive price drop on the Libratone AirPlay 2 speaker. Hit the jump for all that and more.

Anker’s Gold Box offers deals on everyday iPhone essentials

Anker’s Amazon storefront offers up to 30% off Bluetooth speakers and more. Headlining is the Soundcore Wakey Bluetooth Speaker and Alarm for $62. As a comparison, it typically goes for $90 with today’s deal offering a new Amazon all-time low. Soundcore Wakey delivers an all-in-one bedside solution with Bluetooth connectivity, a built-in alarm clock, and wireless charging. You can play music via Bluetooth or 3.5mm inputs, set up to 15 alarms, and even charge your compatible device at speeds up to 10W.

iPhone X 256GB offers an edge-to-edge OLED display

Today only, Woot offers Apple’s iPhone X 256GB in refurbished condition for $430. As a comparison, this device originally sold for $1,149 and today’s offer is the second-best refurbished price we’ve tracked all-time from trusted retailers. Apple currently charges $699 for a refurb.

iPhone X sports Apple’s first edge-to-edge OLED display along with Face ID, a TrueDepth camera, and more. Although new iPhones are just around the corner, iPhone X is still a solid buy packed with technology. You can count on this device receiving software updates from Apple for years to come, as well. Includes a 90-day warranty with purchase.

Libratone AirPlay 2 speaker to new low at $79

We’ve partnered with SideDeal to offer 9to5Toys readers the Libratone Zipp 360 AirPlay 2 Speaker for $79. As a comparison, it originally sold for around $300 but generally trends around $150 these days. Amazon currently has it closer to $250 with today’s deal marking the best we’ve seen all-time.

The Libratone Zipp arrives as one of our favorite alternatives to HomePod thanks to integrated AirPlay 2 functionality and an ultra-portable design. Notable features include 12-hours of runtime on a full charge and 100W of power for “room-filling sound.” On top of AirPlay 2 functionality, you can enjoy Bluetooth or Spotify Connect capabilities, making it a multi-platform speaker that’s ready for any setup.

WD’s 4TB My Passport Hard Drive is $90

Staples is currently offering the WD My Passport 4TB USB 3.2 Portable Hard Drive for $90. Down from its $116 going rate at Amazon, today’s offer beats the all-time low there by $4 and is the best we’ve seen to date.

Delivering 4TB of portable storage, WD’s My Passport drive packs USB 3.2 connectivity for upwards of 5Gb/s transfers. There’s also a compact form-factor that won’t hog too much room on your desk or in a backpack that comes in your choice of two colors. A 3-year warranty completes the package. 

Sabrent’s 8-in-1 USB-C hub hits $38

Amazon is offering the Sabrent 8-in-1 USB-C Hub for $38. Down from $50, today’s deal marks a new all-time low that we’ve tracked and is the best available. Whether you’re rocking Apple’s latest MacBook, the iPad Pro, or even prepping for the upcoming iPad Air, having a USB-C dongle on hand is always a good idea.

You’ll find 4K HDMI output, three USB-A 3.0 ports, a single USB-A 2.0, and both SD and microSD slots here. Sabrent also built a secondary USB-C port here so you could do pass-through charging to easily keep your devices connected without taking up an additional port on your machine.

Best trade-in deals

9to5Mac also keeps tabs on all the best trade-in deals on iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch, and more every month. Be sure to check out this month’s best trade-in deals when you decide it’s time to upgrade your device. Or simply head over to our trade-in partner directly if you want to recycle, trade, or sell your used devices for cash and support 9to5Mac along the way!

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